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Clean Group knows the commercial cleaning business like no other.
We know how the physical appearance of a business premise says a lot about a company.
That’s why we’ve made it our personal goal to help business owners build a positive business image through high-quality cleaning, and help them grow their business.
Clean Group will clean your office building, shop, store or industrial facilities, and we’ll make it spotless. Our cleaning staff are available to work during and outside regular working hours for your convenience. We also offer daily cleaning, weekly, monthly or even one-off cleaning.
To ensure we have all your cleaning needs covered, we offer the following services:
When you need any of these services and more, don’t hesitate to call us. Let’s discuss your requirement and we’ll come up with a customised cleaning plan for you.
Clean Group guarantees superior quality cleaning. In the unlikely event, you aren’t satisfied with our work, we’ll send our staff back to redo their work. This will be done without charging you any additional fees.
All our staff are professionals. You can rely on them to do their job well even without your supervision. They are also trustworthy, so you can rest assured your property is safe and secure.
We are committed to achieving success in our cleaning projects. That’s why we have supervisors who come with our cleaners on site to ensure perfection is achieved in every cleaning job we take.
Kenthurst is a semi-rural suburb in Sydney, New South Wales. It is located 39 kilometres north-west of the Sydney central business district. The traditional owners of this land were the Darug people.
Kenthurst was first known as Little Dooral and later Little Dural. However, it was changed in 1886 after Charles Gibb, the main agitator in the public meeting, demanded that the suburb is given a more elegant title. “Kent Forest” was suggested, but didn’t become popular until “Kenthurst” was chosen. Kenthurst is derived from the English County of Kent and ‘’hurst” meaning a “woody hillock or clearing’". Click here for more information about the city of Kenthurst NSW